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Hi, I'm a newbie, and I wanted to know where I go to check proxy logs on an hp? Any help is nice.
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You need to give us more information. By "an HP", I take it you mean the machine in question is running some variant of HP-UX?

What Proxy server are you running? (Version, name, etc)

Log files for most things are generally stored under /var and it's subdirectories.

You probably should read this before posting again.

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